Driver smashes into Tukwila building

TUKWILA — Police are checking video as they try to find the driver of a van that shattered the front double doors of the Family Fun Center, a restaurant and game arcade in Tukwila.

The van smashed in at 4:40 a.m. Wednesday and continued down the main entry in an attempt to steal the cash machine. When that failed, the driver ran off, leaving the van.

Police spokesman Mike Murphy said detectives are checking whether the van was stolen.

As workers cleaned up broken glass, the manager told KOMO Radio there was no structural damage, so the Family Fun Center would be open despite a few skid marks on the floor.

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